How to Train Your Dragon 2 Movie Night #DragonsMovieNight

This week, we had the chance to host a family movie night, thanks to our friends at Fox Home Entertainment Insiders.    The kids have been dying to see How to Train Your Dragon 2, and since we missed it in the regular theater, they were all set for a family movie night, complete with popcorn.

But, since it was slightly cold in Colorado this week, we had to forego movie night in our {not warm enough} basement where the big tv is. We moved family movie night up near the fireplace on the main level.  Thank heavens for portable DVD players!  Sitting by the fire made up for the significantly smaller screen.

What do we need for family movie night?   Our list is simple--a good movie, popcorn, snacks, drinks, dinner (of course), and a few other fun things to do while I'm making the dinner and popcorn.  Check out the sheet below for a cute Hiccup and Toothless coloring page, click for a downloadable/printable size!  The kids also tried out a few other HTTYD2 printables we have, including word searches and mazes.

What's for dinner when you're watching a dragon movie?  It has to be dragon sandwiches!  We put together a tutorial over on the food blog for you to try!  All you need is sandwich fixings and a cute cookie cutter that I picked up over at the dollar store.

After that was all settled, we cuddled up by the fireplace to watch the continuing adventures of Hiccup and Toothless.  Definitely a two thumbs up movie from our family.  We loved the first version, along with the two sets of short episodes we reviewed earlier this year, so we were quite happy to continue along with the dragon adventures!

Don't forget to check out our How to Train Your Dragon 2 giveaway post for a chance to win your own copy, along with more fun printables to go with the movie!

Disclosure: I was given the opportunity to receive an advance copy of How to Train Your Dragon 2 and supplies for our Dragon Movie Night as part of my relationship with Fox Home Entertainment Insiders. All opinions expressed are my own.